There is great confusion in both conventional and affordable housing surrounding “senior housing.” What properties qualify? How does being a senior property impact fair housing laws? Can persons younger than age 55 ever live in a senior property? How does an owner maintain housing as senior housing? What are the differences between HUD and RD senior properties? Join Adam for “Senior Housing: Dos and Don’ts for Affordable and Conventional Landlords” to learn the answers to these and other important questions frequently faced by senior housing landlords.
Multifamily NW Welcomes: Adam Mentzer , Attorney, Warren Allen, LLP
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Multifamily NW Welcomes Adam Mentzer, Warren Allen, LLP
Adam N. Mentzer is an attorney with Warren Allen LLP. As a member of the firm’s Landlord Law Department, Mr. Mentzer oversees the department’s affordable and subsidized housing matters as well as assists landlords of all sizes and sophistication levels with a broad spectrum of conventional landlord-tenant matters. Prior to joining Warren Allen LLP, Mr. Mentzer dealt with low-income housing tax credits, federally subsidized housing, and various affordable housing programs as the Compliance Manager for Salem Housing Authority and as a Staff Attorney with Legal Aid Services of Oregon. Mr. Mentzer has attained his Certified Credit Compliance Professional (C3P), Certified Occupancy Specialist (COS), and Voucher Program Management (NMA V.P.M.) certifications from Spectrum Seminars, Inc., the National Center for Housing Management, and Nan McKay and Associates, Inc., respectively. Mr. Mentzer utilizes his diverse background in affordable and conventional housing to guide landlords through complex issues created by the intersection of local, state, and federal law. Outside of the office, Mr. Mentzer enjoys object manipulation, reading, sewing, running, and exploring the Pacific Northwest with his wife, husky, and bulldog.